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All About You
HART Engaging
   Happy Valentine’s Day
I would love to wish my hus- band, lover, best friend, soul- mate, partner, and the love of my life, Mr. Derrick Leonard Young, Sr., a Happy Valentine’s Day.
Queen, for you, you get the best, like a Souljah at war. I serve and protect you. I love you and I’m in love with you, Marcia Sirmons Young and I’m blind to any other.
Love, you and Happy Valen- tine’s Bae.
This week’s Spotlight feature, Sariah, is a woman of true means and desire, and hopes to become a household name in the near future. Sariah is energetic and knows her fu- ture is just around the corner. Her expectations are noth- ing but success, and she is confident of herself and guarantees she is dependable and available. Congratula- tions to Sariah as this week’s Spotlight feature.
      Local Students
Virtually During
Black History
 City Councilman Gudes’ Father To Be Laid To Rest
Students encouraged to submit essays, videos or drawings during Black History Month contest.
Hillsborough County stu- dents and teachers are invited to enter HART's Black History Month contest with a video, essays or drawings. HART's 2021 theme encourages repre- sentation, diversity, and iden- tity of 'The Black Family.'
Teachers, HART is asking you to share an educational video with your student or class which covers topics about 'The Black Family,' in- cluding heads of the family, types of family relationships, and various family back- grounds.
The HART-produced video also introduces youth to pub- lic transportation with a vir- tual tour around and inside a specially-wrapped bus. Local teachers are also given the op- portunity to invite HART staff to present the virtual tour video in their virtual class- room to allow for interaction.
Students can create a video, write a short story, or draw an illustration that coves 3 topics: one thing you learned about Ther Black Family from the HART video; describe your own family; how your family uses HART, or take a trip on HART together and share your experience.)
All entries must be received by Sunday, February 28, 2021, and will be entered into a raffle to win a HART 31- day pass. Four winners will be chosen.
All submissions may pick up a special Black History Month commemorative give- away with a quote from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at Marion Transit Center (1211 N. Marion St.) or University Area Transit Center (13110 N. 27th St.) during window hours as a 'thank you' for entering the contest and encouraging civic involvement.
Download the entry form agy, email Com-, or visit Marion Transit or Uni- versity Area Transit Centers.
Month Contest
City Councilman Or- lando Gudes and his family are mourning the loss of their family member.
Mr. Roscelle Gudes Jr., Councilman Gudes’ father, will be funeralized on Saturday, February 20, 2021. The 11 a. m. graveside service will be held at Rest Haven Memorial Park
Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Ave. Visitation will be held on Friday, February 19, 2021, 5-8 p. m., at Light of the World Church, 4701 N. 15th St.,
Tampa 33610.
For additional information,
please see funeral notices with Gudes Funeral Home in charge of services.

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